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James Morton Hall

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James Morton Hall (c1858-1939)

Born in Manchester the son of James Morton Hall, a Book Keeper.

1881 Married Jane Fossey

1885 Patent. 'James Morton Hall, of Patricroft, for improvements in governing steam and other motive power engines, and means or apparatus therefor.'[1]

1897 of 102, Dale-street, Lancaster.

1911 Living at 102 Dale Street, Lancaster: James Morton Hall (age 53 born Manchester), Draughtsman - General Engineer. With his wife Jane Hall (age 51 born Bow, London) and their four children; Ethel Eugenie Hall (age 27 born Lancaster), Certificated Teacher; Albert Edward Hall (age 18 born Lancaster), Jewellers Apprentice; Reginald Wilfed Hall (age 16 born Lancaster); and Doris Maysie Hall (age 11 born Lancaster).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Burnley Express - Saturday 24 January 1885
  2. 1911 Census